walk\ off


walk\ off
1. I
he walked off он ушел; он отошел
2. II
walk off in some manner he Godly walked off он хладнокровно зашагал прочь
3. III
walk off smth. /smth. off/ walk off a headache пройтись, чтобы избавиться от головной боли; walk one's anger off походить, чтобы перестать злиться /чтобы остыть/; walk off the effects of the drink пойти проветриться после выпивки; walk off one's lunch походить после завтрака, чтобы не поправляться
4. XIV
walk off doing smth. he walked off saying that he never wanted to see me again он ушел, сказав, что больше никогда не захочет меня видеть
5. XVI
walk off with smth. call. walk off with the spoons (with a box, with the money, with smb.'s umbrella, with smb.'s dictionary, etc.) уйти, прихватив с собой ложки и т.д.

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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  • walk-off — a. (Baseball) Game ending and game winning; such as to end the game immediately, and allow the players to walk off the field; of hits, especially home runs, which occur in the last half of the ninth or a later inning, which put the home team ahe …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • walk off — index move (alter position) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • walk off — phrasal verb Word forms walk off : present tense I/you/we/they walk off he/she/it walks off present participle walking off past tense walked off past participle walked off 1) [transitive] to get rid of a bad feeling or condition by going for a… …   English dictionary

  • walk off — v. (d; intr.) to walk off with ( to win ) (she walked off with the first prize) * * * [ wɔːk ɒf] (d; intr.) to walk off with (she walk offed off with the first prize; to win ) …   Combinatory dictionary

  • walk-off — /wawk awf , of /, n. Informal. a person who escapes easily, esp. by walking away from a place of detention; a walkaway: The guards rounded up the walk offs from the prison farm. [1935 40; n. use of v. phrase walk off] * * * …   Universalium

  • walk-off — 1. adjective That drives in a run that ends a game. Scott Podsednik hit the twelfth walk off home run in World Series history on October 23rd, 2005. 2. noun a) A prisoner who escapes custody without violence by taking advantage of the opportunity …   Wiktionary

  • walk off — (Roget s IV) v. Syn. depart, go one s own way, stalk off; see leave 1 …   English dictionary for students

  • walk off — verb a) To recover from (a minor injury) by walking around. b) To flee or abandon …   Wiktionary

  • walk off — go away, leave, depart …   English contemporary dictionary

  • walk-off — /ˈwɔk ɒf/ (say wawk of) noun 1. → walkout (def. 1). 2. Aboriginal English the deliberate departure, usually of a whole community, from a station, mission, etc., as an act of protest …   Australian English dictionary

  • walk off the job — Ⅰ. walk off the job US ► to stop working and refuse to continue doing your job until your employer agrees to what you want: » Union members threatened to walk off the job unless their employer agreed to stop hiring work out to contractors. Main… …   Financial and business terms

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